The Performing Arts Center at Kent State University at Tuscarawas is partnering with Newsymom.com to send our readers on a much-needed date night.
We have two pairs of tickets to give away to experience a show that is sure to be new and exciting for all those who attend.
On Saturday, March 3rd the PAC will offer an Evening with Royal Wood Diana Chitterster to the public.
And in honor of Valentine’s Day this month, we are encouraging all of our readers to go to the contest post on our Facebook page and tag a friend you think would be interested in what we have to offer here at Newsymom.com. Invite them to join you in staying informed, getting educated and being entertained!
All they have to do then is ‘like’ us on Facebook and you both are entered!
We will then choose one of our readers and the person they tagged to receive FOUR tickets for a double-date night out and experience this wonderful show.
The event is a part of the PAC’s ‘Come Hear’ series, which is designed to offer unique yet compelling shows and events to the community.
Royal Wood is one of the most accomplished singer songwriters in Canada. He’s taking on the world with the release of his new album GHOST LIGHT on Outside Music.
The rural kid who spent the past 15 years away from home, first in the bars of Montreal, then to the breakneck pace of corporate finance, and finally to the unpredictable world of a career musician has now returned home.
Last year, Royal purchased the family farm. Most recently, he turned the farm organic by giving the land to young farmers trying to change the world. He’s accomplished many of his personal and professional goals in his native Canada, and is ready for the rest of the world to be introduced to his talents and captivating performances.
“Today, I find myself finally comfortable in my own skin,” explained Royal. “Finally making the music I always knew I was born to create. Finally acting independently of the good opinion of other people. I am simply following my bliss and seeing where it leads me.”
Joining Royal in this brilliant performance will be Diana Chittester. She stands alone on stage with her arsenal of acoustic guitars. Her solo show is brought to life by her signature percussive multi-part playing, mimicking a full band on a solo acoustic guitar without the help of loopers or other technological tricks, blended with intelligent and articulate lyrics.
The personal stories and vulnerability she shares on stage resonate with audiences as she invites them along on her journey.
Diana’s energetic solo show provides audiences with the full experience.
Michaela Madison Reporting